Features

  1. Shobana Jeyasingh Dance - 'Outlander' -  - Avatâra Ayuso. Photo: Matteo De Fina, courtesy Fondazione Giorgio Cini

    Feature: Shobana Jeyasingh Dance in Venice...

    Friday 24 June 2016 by Sanjoy Roy

    Last week the London based company premiered a new work, as part of the Venice Dance Biennale. Sanjoy Roy was there to see it - read his report - and catch a video of the live stream while it's still available... Continue Reading

  2. Donald Hutera, with artist Lilia Pegado - part of Chelsea Arts Collective. Photo: Mike Massaro

    Feature: 'Kissing time' with the Love Clock

    Monday 13 June 2016 by Donald Hutera

    Moonlighting from journalism and his curatorial duties as co-founder of GOlive, Donald Hutera tries to ‘kiss time’ in Love Clock - a free event this Saturday, presented by Chelsea Arts Collective.... Continue Reading

  3. Michael Hulls' 'LightSpace'. Photo: Chantal Guevara.

    News: No Body - Sadler's Wells in light and sound

    Tuesday 7 June 2016

    A photo preview of the immersive installations by lighting designers, composers, choreographers and film makers to be found throughout Sadler's Wells this week... Continue Reading

  4. Salah el Brogy Company (featuring in Ignition Festival 2016). Photo: Jane Hobson

    News: Ignition Dance Festival 2016

    Monday 6 June 2016 by Philippa Newis

    While many dance organisations are moving eastwards, DanceWest's Ignition Festival (2 & 3 July) shows there are still good reasons to seek out new contemporary dance in West London boroughs... Continue Reading

  5. Yorke Dance Project's Phil Sanger & Amy Thake rehearse 'Sea of Troubles'. Photo: Charlotte Macmillan

    Feature: Re-staging MacMillan's 'Sea of Troubles'

    Tuesday 10 May 2016 by Rachel Elderkin

    Recently Rachel Elderkin spent some time with Yorke Dance Project as part of their Professional Pathways Programme & was involved with the process of re-staging a MacMillan work from scratch . . . Continue Reading

  6. Dan Canham's 'Ours Was the Fen Country' Photo Camilla Greenwell

    Feature: Falling Away - Disappearance, resistance & remembering in contemporary dance

    Wednesday 27 April 2016

    Ruth Little, Guest Editor of Dance Umbrella's Definite Article introduces the latest in the series of in-depth writing on dance... Continue Reading

  7. East London Dance Enterprise Ideas Summit, 21 March 2016. Photo: Jeremy Freedman

    Feature: Bursting With Ideas - the Dance Enterprise Summit

    Thursday 31 March 2016 by Donald Hutera

    Donald Hutera reports on a "rich and rewarding" all day event organised by East London Dance....  Continue Reading

  8. Romeo and Juliet DVD cover

    Feature: The Royal Ballet - Fonteyn & Nureyev in Kenneth MacMillan's 'Romeo and Juliet'

    Tuesday 15 March 2016 by Graham Watts

    The fiftieth anniversary of Kenneth MacMillan’s ground-breaking production of 'Romeo and Juliet' has been recognised by the DVD release of Paul Czinner’s film of the ballet... Continue Reading

  9. Vidya Patel, with Richard Alston &  Nancy Nerantzi. Photo: Jane Hobson

    Feature: BBC Young Dancer Finalist Vidya Patel - on dancing for Richard Alston

    Tuesday 15 March 2016 by Vidya Patel 1 Comment

    "Even though the movement language is different, the common ground between the way Richard choreographs and the Kathak style is that they both put great importance on musicality..." Continue Reading

  10. Pink Jukebox Trophy at the Rivoli Ballroom, 20 February 2016. Photo: Carole Edrich

    Feature: Pink Jukebox Trophy at the Rivoli Ballroom

    Monday 14 March 2016 by Carole Edrich

    Whether vast formal Ballroom and Latin dance competition or small local show, the world of same-sex dancing as exemplified by the Pink Jukebox Trophy is warmer, friendlier, more egalitarian and wonderfully transn… Continue Reading

  11. Feature: Reclaiming the streets - and owning ballet

    Wednesday 9 March 2016

    Nando Messias was beaten up on the street behind Toynbee Studios. Some years later he presents 'The Sissy’s Progress' in the same place - a spectacle of provocation, celebration & hyper flamb… Continue Reading

  12. Bartabas 'Golgota' - with Andrés Marín. Photo: Nabil Boutros

    News: Setting the stage for Bartabas and company

    Thursday 25 February 2016

    We asked Emma Wilson, Director of Technical and Production at Sadler's Wells about the challenges of preparing for a cast which includes four horses and a donkey... Continue Reading

  13. 'My Own Private Movie' Photo: Susan Kempster

    News: Women GOlive lands at The Library at Willesden Green

    Thursday 25 February 2016 by Donald Hutera

    Donald Hutera introduces the "fertile and frankly fabulous array of vital, varied female talent" he has in store for a new venue for dance in NW10 on 8 March... Continue Reading

  14. Hubert Essakow's 'Terra' in rehearsal at The Print Room. Photo: Stephen Wright.

    Feature: The Print Room at the Coronet

    Tuesday 16 February 2016

    As Hubert Essakow prepares to present the first dance work in the Victorian playhouse for 100 years, Artistic Director Anda Winters tells about her plans for their new home -and the part that dance will play in it... Continue Reading

  15. Ruth St Denis (in brownface): The Mother of American Modern Dance authenticates herself with Indian men dressed as priests - New York 1906. (From 'Sweating Saris: Indian Dance as Tansnational Labor' by Priya Srinivasan)

    Feature: Writing from Silence

    Monday 15 February 2016

    A transnational collective of dance scholars and artists of colour argue that the debate sparked by Akram Khan's comments about female choreographers has so far been polarised and one-dimensional... Continue Reading

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